drag queen

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drag queen

Female impersonator, gynemimetic Sexology A ♂ with ♀ affect–often 'overplayed'; a ♂ homosexual and ♀ wannabe, with ♂ genitalia; DQs may take hormones to ↑ breasts, and thus are hormonally, but not surgically “enhanced.” See Transsexuals, Transvestite. Cf Andromimetic.
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DRAG queens will dance at the closing ceremony of the Sydney Olympics.
Tanning Mom" Patricia Krentcil got a little too toasted at a comic roast set up at a drag queen club for the tanorexic New Jersey woman who made national headlines for allegedly allowing her (http://www.
The title of the show, "Lady," nods to drag performers, from NYC's Lady Bunny to Lady Chablis, the "Grand Empress of Savannah," made famous in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, who tack the title onto their stage names--and, turning things around, Lady Miss Kier, female singer for the band Deee-Lite, who borrowed the title from drag queens, completing the cycle of title swapping and gender fluidity.
Well, drag queens cannot be portrayed on screen without clever lines and raucous humor, and Flawless does not disappoint.
Now Robinson tests nine drag queens who are competing to take home the prize money.
Holiday Heart'' is a Christmas tale for drag queens, crack addicts and fans of uneven storytelling but solid acting, an admittedly curious assemblage, to be sure.
And it was true that the drag queens seemed to embody an authenticity that eluded the movie stars they imitated.
He continues: Swishy men, drag queens, and flamboyant events like gay pride parades are doing us more harm than good among the straight population, he argues.
In his latest film, he tries to find out more about changing attitudes in 21st century Britain by recording the lives, loves, hopes and fears of some of Manchester's drag queens.
The audience usually includes drag queens done up in the style of their fashion idol.
In an era when mere transgression, my friends, has gone toothlessly main-stream--when drag queens are talk show staples and the vicissitudes of camp, via the "gay studies" industry, have acquired academic exchange value--we asked John Waters, the mave of maladjustment; how best to behave badly.